To hell with "Wedding Soup"...This is ITALIAN!

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RE: To hell with "Wedding Soup"...This is ITALIAN! 2006/02/02 20:29:48 (permalink)
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Paul:
I THINK he meant to say that "While posts are a plenty"; moderators are few and thus sometimes things slip through that should have been deleted earlier, etc.


I believe that "he" is a "she"

By the way Adjudicator, I'm still waiting for you to take a trip somewhere and provide us with a trip report!!!!
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RE: To hell with "Wedding Soup"...This is ITALIAN! 2006/02/02 20:32:03 (permalink)
I will asure all who post here that Al , Red or myself read every post. Obviously we miss some and some folks get into some debate. As soon as we discover this, we take action.

Recently the thing where folks get into debate has decreased. that is a good thing however some still enjoy getting folks angry.

I sincerely wish that would stop now.

Please believe me between Red, Al and myself, we will remove to post.
We ain't the best but I assure you that we have the best interest of Roadfoood.com at heart.

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RE: To hell with "Wedding Soup"...This is ITALIAN! 2006/02/02 20:46:26 (permalink)
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Originally posted by wanderingjew

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Originally posted by Adjudicator[

Paul:
I THINK he meant to say that 'While posts are a plenty'; moderators are few and thus sometimes things slip through that should have been deleted earlier, etc.


I believe that 'he' is a 'she'

By the way Adjudicator, I'm still waiting for you to take a trip somewhere and provide us with a trip report!!!!


OK. I've been to Atlanta THREE times in the past month. I am going there again next week for three days. Work, work, work. I ate at Mellow Mushroom (aghast!!! a regional CHAIN!!!) this past visit. Great pizza; didn't take my digital cam., though. Explored the options going up to metro Atlanta via I75 via RF. Only options: Southern food. Been there; done that. Sick of that type of vittles.
I have 3-4 reviews in process, sans pics. Will complete as time allows.

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RE: To hell with "Wedding Soup"...This is ITALIAN! 2006/02/02 21:02:47 (permalink)
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Originally posted by wanderingjew

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Originally posted by Adjudicator
Paul:
I THINK he meant to say that "While posts are a plenty"; moderators are few and thus sometimes things slip through that should have been deleted earlier, etc.


I believe that "he" is a "she"

By the way Adjudicator, I'm still waiting for you to take a trip somewhere and provide us with a trip report!!!!


Hooray.............I am new to these boards but all I have seen from this guy is a lot of "nothing"[|)][|)]
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RE: To hell with "Wedding Soup"...This is ITALIAN! 2006/02/03 13:59:18 (permalink)
Yes I am a she..
Tara
Now, I am done with this particular soup thread....
CYA later...
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RE: To hell with "Wedding Soup"...This is ITALIAN! 2006/02/03 14:17:38 (permalink)
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Yes I am a she..
Tara
Now, I am done with this particular soup thread....
CYA later...

Tara? And you're heading to the South? How perfect is that?
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RE: To hell with "Wedding Soup"...This is ITALIAN! 2006/02/03 17:16:34 (permalink)
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Yes I am a she..
Tara
Now, I am done with this particular soup thread....
CYA later...

Tara? And you're heading to the South? How perfect is that?


Kinda fits in proper, huh?
And funny, my mom was from Texas, and my daddy was from Virginia... Born and raised in Florida...only a yankee by address..and thats only 2 years of my life!
Down in S.C., I can eat grits without having anyone say "gross", you eat that stuff?..LOL
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RE: To hell with "Wedding Soup"...This is ITALIAN! 2006/02/03 19:54:33 (permalink)
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Originally posted by Greymo

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Originally posted by wanderingjew

quote:
Originally posted by Adjudicator
Paul:
I THINK he meant to say that "While posts are a plenty"; moderators are few and thus sometimes things slip through that should have been deleted earlier, etc.


I believe that "he" is a "she"

By the way Adjudicator, I'm still waiting for you to take a trip somewhere and provide us with a trip report!!!!


Hooray.............I am new to these boards but all I have seen from this guy is a lot of "nothing"[|)][|)]



"Hooray.............I am new to these boards but all I have seen from this guy is a lot of "nothing""

Greymo:

OK Mr. SmartAss...

Why don't you check the archives for a lot of "nothing" from moi.

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RE: To hell with "Wedding Soup"...This is ITALIAN! 2006/02/06 14:50:23 (permalink)
Getting back to the original subject, I thik I've discovered a good base for tht soup. Campbell's Select roasted red pepper and tomato soup, the one in the box. This is good on its own (I was really surprised) and the hearty soup would lend itself to the other ingredients originally posted. Let me know how it turns out.
Blessed are the peacemakers...
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RE: To hell with "Wedding Soup"...This is ITALIAN! 2006/02/06 15:46:08 (permalink)
Funny you mention that shortchef,
I used to add cheese (usually parmasian) and pepperoni to italian stlye tomato soup or sometimes tomato bisque when I was in college.
I think it makes a great base, the Campbell's select is probably even better.
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